ALL JAPAN XTC 2019 Xtreme martial arts & Tricking is Dance and Performance art Stage/Dance/Comedy event held in Japan.
In freestyle performance (XMA) and acrobatics (tricking)
This is an annual domestic best tournament. Regardless of the genre or style of all martial arts, martial arts and acrobatics,
This is an open competition for all schools, organizations, and individuals.
An annual event where domestic marshall artists and acrobat performers grapple with each other!
Please refer to the Japan Extreme Martial Arts Association website for details on the competition divisions and rules. Japan Extreme Martial Arts Association (JEMA)
Name of performance: ALL JAPAN XTC 2019 Xtreme martial arts & Tricking
Venue: Kokushikan University Tama Campus Gymnasium Building Multipurpose Floor
Open: 2019/07/03 (Wednesday) 10:00
◆ Ticket purchases
EPLUS tickets are reserved for the general public. JEMA members should contact the operation staff directly.
・ If you wish to watch the game , please purchase the seat type (2000 yen) for [Free].
* The game will be held on a mat instead of a chair. Please be forewarned.
* Free for preschool children.
・ Those who wish to participate in both Part 1 and Part 2 will participate in the [Through Ticket] seat type (5500 yen), and
only one of them will participate in the [Participation Ticket] seat type (3500 yen) ) Please purchase.
* Performance tickets can be viewed by [Participation Ticket].
* If you wish to participate in the war, please apply separately after confirming the official website after purchasing the ticket.
* Please confirm the following website for participation precautions and precautions on the day of the performance for qualifications and conditions for the first part .
▼ http: // jpn-xma. com /
Limited number of tickets: You can book up to 10 tickets per application. Application limit 4 times
Type of seats and fees:
Free: ¥ 2,000
Participation ticket: ¥ 3,500
Consecutive ticket: ¥ 5,500
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